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♦-------------------------------------- > two weeks with the James Conley
(Special to The Senti neL)
July 5.—Mr. and Mr». Laurence
Fisher arrived Sunday from Wash
ington to Mepend the Fourth.
Mr. and Mr». Horace Strong, of
Eugene, visited relative» here Sun
Mr. and Mr». W. E. Le bow visit
ed with Mr. and Mr». Marion Le
bow Friday evening before leaving
on a trip to Gold Beach.
William Plank, who has been in
California for a few weeks, has
joined hi» family here for a visit
Mr. and Mr». Arthur Campbell, of
Roseburg, arc here with Mr. Camp
bell’» parent» and will remain until
after the haying season.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Dresser and
children left Tuesday for Marshfield
on an outing trip.
family, left Saturday for Portluud.
Mrs. Colby Haraden, of Eugene,
visited Saturday afternoon with
Mrs. Lowell Beaston.
A jolly crowd followed Mr. and
Mrs. Terry Moody, newlyweds, to
the Judson Allen home Monday
evening and gave them a reception.
The usual treats were enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Beaston and
daughter and Gladys and Evelyn
Beaston motored to Eugene Tues
Miss Alma Adney returned to
Yoncalla Tuesday, after spending
the week end at home.
There will be special meetings at
the Bartlett Johnston place Sunday.
George Conley came up from
Reedsport Monday to spend the
Fourth at home.
The Walter Briggs, Lake, Myers
and Miller families picnicked at
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Burgess vis
ited in Cottage Grove one day of
last week with Mrs. Edgar King.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Moody and
children, of lone, are visiting with
relatives hero and in Creswell.
NATURAL AND OTHERWISE
By T. T. Maxey
PONDER OVER THIS.
one fy*“688 Sathers I How glad
when »• ’°
a glimpse of home
. . , lmo.aaJ space have separated
Him from mV
it if c-
‘—— ' but
vui * for
ior a • brief
T1*0™ “»"n to be n good
natured rivalry here in an effort
to make our home” look a little
neater and thus be tho more iuvit-
ing to the occupants than all othera.
Such rivalry is certainly pardonable.
A verdict of $40,000 was returned
by a New York jury as compensa
tion for a broken leg resulting from
an automobile accident. An eight
year-old boy, who was partially par
alyzed as a result of being struck
by a commercial ear, was granted
a verdict of $45,000. In Chicago a
young woman was recently awarded
$35,000 damages as a result of being
Advice that is cheap may be pret
run down by a car 11 years before. ty expensive if you follow it.
• • •
The annual list of awards resulting
from liability suits is astounding.
Did you ever think you would like
It is a gentle tip to the motorists
who thinks insurance isn’t neces to givo some poor family a lift and
then find that they kept and fed
sary when “you’re careful.’’
four or five mangy curst
Wo are pleased to see so many of
SWAT THE FLIES
our citizens taking pride in their
if a man had to live in tho house
homes. Tho word “home’’ next to
that of “mother,” is the greatest as much as a woman he wouldn’t
ever uttered by human tongue. hold the screen door open when
Whatarefuge tho home 2s when talking to someone on the outside.
Ages ago a great, tall, volcanic peak,
which has been called Mount Manama,
occupied “a place In the sun” in the
southwestern part of Oregon, about
half way between Portland and San
Francisco. The volcanic action within
this mountain produced heat of such
Intensity and in such quantity that the
entire top melted, fell in and disap
Naturally, utter desolation trailed
such a tremendous convulsion. Nature,
in her mysterious workings, aided by
time, changed this condition of affairs
and produced a striking geological
spectacle which Is one of the scenic
masterpieces of this earth. The open
ing or crater In the top of this topless
peak gradually filled with water which
(Special to The Sentinel.)
formed a beautiful, deep blue lake—
July 3.—Mrs. Marvel Randall and
baby, of Corvallis, visited several
hence the name, Crater Lake.
days of last week with her parents,
This lake, almost circular In shnpe
(Special to The Sentinel.)
Mr. and Mrs. O. Knight.
July 3.—The farmers’ union held and about five miles across, Is perhaps
Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Campbell, its usual meeting Thursday eve- the deepest body of fresh water on
of Roseburg, visited with relatives ning.
earth. The surface of this lake Is
here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Gilcrist and
Mrs. W. 8. Cnppious,
Cappious, of Cottage children and Miss Nellio Muy more than 6,(MX) feet above sea level.
Grovo, spent Sunday with tho Kirk Wooley, of Dunsmuir, Calif., are No Inlet or outlet has been discovered.
visiting at the home of Mr. Gil Its waters escape through underground
i 2 Mrs.
” . Edgar Jett and crist’» mother, Mrs. Jessie Gilccrist. channels which doubtless renppear
baby, who ' had
—- * been
---- 1 visiting for
The G. M. Kebelbeck and G. J. elsewhere in the form of springs. New
with ~ Mr.
Mrs. Kappauf families, Mrs. Bailey and waters come from other springs and
James Conley, left Saturday for son and J. P. Ali Iler motored to heavy snows. A belt or girdle of cliffs
their homo in Reedsport.
Waltervillc Sunday. Mrs. Kebel- towers grotesquely above the lake and
Mrs. Tom Taplin, of Cottage beck, with her children, remainod
Grovo, spent Sunday with Mrs. for a visit with her purents, Mr. ■ slope down sharply to the edge of the
Your judgment in buying oil will give
and Mrs. Ream.
your motor short life or long life.
Tho Frank Tomlinson family, of
Mr. and Mrs. Chapman and
North Bend, who had been visiting daughter, who had been visiting climbed to the rim. The look down
You insist upon distilled water when
with their uncle, W. L. Kimble, left Into It Is Indescribable. One Is simply
you want the purest water for your bat
Monday for their home in Dinuba, nonplussed. 'Tls said that this world
holds not another sight like It. The
tery. Because distillation removes the im-
Mr. and Mrs. John Kebelbeck henrt of this mountain Is filled •> I th a
4 and children and Mr. and Mrs.
purities.That’s why you should insist upon
sea of sapphire-colored water. Flint
SILVER QUILL BABY CHICKS Whitefoot and children picnicked at the size and the preclpltousness of the
all sold till April 15, except pos the fish hatchery Sunday.
Mrs. F. C. Führer and daughter surrounding cliffs astonish you; then
sibly a few overhatch. Several thou
Miss Anna Jepson and Miss the unexpected beauty and brilliancy
sand Utility chicks after that date.
Price, 1ÜU for $15; 500 for $70; M. J. Piper visited in Creswell of Nature’s coloring amaze yon. The
Mrs. great walls of rock are splotched with
THE DISTILLED OIL
1000 for $135; 20 per cent books Tuesday of last
yellow and pink. The tips of the cliffs
order, balance on delivery. Wm. Oliver Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Clark and carry more or less snow. The trees
Most oils are a compound of light oils and
Hands & Bon, Box 614, Cottage
Grove, Dre., phone 1-F2.
mVtfc children motored to Junction City are a dark green. Below, the placid
“cylinder stock.” Sunoco is not a com
surface of this bluest of blue lakes
pound but a pure, wholly distilled oil, and it’s
Mr. and Mrs. Chapman and reflects the surroundings with aston
WANS—PLENTY OF MONEY
for city loans, pay as much euch daughter and W. L. Kimble pic- ishing clearness.
made in six types. One is best for your car.
month as you want to, also farm nicked at Black Butte Sunday.
It will not break down as most oils do; better
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Doolittle and
icians at 5 por cent interest an
nually. F. J. Berger, 630 Willamette Mrs. Emma Doolittle, of Creswell, cone rises several hundred feet above
lubrication, longer life for your motor. More
Htreet, Eugene, Ore..
jnel5tfc visited Bunday with Mrs. J. Q. A. the surface of the water. Geologists
power because Sunoco makes a piston ring seal
conclude this to be the result of ex
FORDSON TRACTOR FOB BALE.
that prevents power leaks.
piring volcanic forces. This island con
In excellent condition; plow, belt
Try Sunoco. Have one of these dealers fill
pulley, belt and fuel tank. L. M.
pool. So here we have the undupll-
your crank-case today.
I’owell, Saginaw, Ore,
July 3.—Mrs. Mary McCormack, cated spectacle of a crater within a
AsIc him or write us for booklet,
J. A. C. ROOSTERS, 5 WEEKS, her son James and daughter Mrs. crater and a pool within a lake.
"What’s Happening Inside Your Motor!"
$1 a dozen. Phono 35-F24. Oval Lewis came out from their home in
Another small island pops up out of
’owell, Saginaw, Ore.
visited among former neighbors this lake. As Its formation crudely re
TRADE—160 hero. They were at tho Claude sembles a ship. It Is called Phantom
Ship. The fitness of the name Is ap
acres at Star; fine pasture land; Arne and Waldo Miller homos.
Mrs. J. A. Schneider visited with preciated when it Is understood that,
introla 1200 acres range; will run
•o head of cattle. Will take car. Mrs. W. I). Heath Tuesday of last viewed In certain lights It disappears,
hat have youf M. E. Sallee, jl6p week.
to reapi>ear again as the rays of light
C. A. King and three boya »pent or your position changes.
These dealers sell SUNOCO— talk lubrication with them
PLANTS FOR BALE—CABBAGE, a few days of lust week ou the
Crater Lake has been created n na-
Donnelly & Rayner,
Frank E. Blair,
kale, broccoli, cauliflower, tomato, coast.
variegated aster, head lettuce and
Mrs. Anna Hoffman, of Eugene, tlonal park by Uncle Sam, In order
Ralston Electric Supply Co
other fresh vegetables. Dalo Cuts visited over Wednesday
nt that hls people might come and enjoy
M. Peterson & Sons Co.,
forth, 47» First street.
jne!5tfc tho home of her sister, Mrs. Aman the grandeur of this unequalled sight.
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J. A. Thompson,
(©, 1923. Western Newspaper Union.)
da Bears, returning home Thursday
FOR RENT—80 ACRE RANCH 6 accompanied by her mother, Mrs. J.
Suttle & Simpson,
Cheshire Mercantile Co.,
miles west; mile from macadam Kile, who will visit her over the
road and public school; half in cul Fourth.
tivation, good pasturo, good spring
Mr. and Mrs. George Lay ng were
Junction City, Oregon
water, good family orchard. H. M. in Cottage Grove Monday ot last
Jackson & Addison,
Dnmewood, Lorane Route, Cottage week.
J. T. Ross,
Grove, phono 22-F3.
Mrs. Floyd Jones and baby son
FOR SALE—NINE HEAD TWO- have returned from tho Kiem homo NATURAL AND OTHERWISE
year-old bulls, 10 yearlings, all in Cottage Giove, where tin' baby
By T. T. Maxey
registered Herefords. Muyro McKin- was born two weeks ago.
Mrs. Mabie Mosby, of Walden,
ney, Turner, Ore.
visited two days of last week with
FOR SALE HOLT CATAI’ILLER, Mrs. Waldo Miller.
Port land 's
Mrs. Fred Gnggisberg was in the
45 h. p. tractor, good for logging
or any other use you wish to put Grovo one day of last week.
Boston was founded In 1620 and
Resorts ’ ’
Mrs. 8. E. Lowry and children, of Boston Common, distinctive and unique
A. Learned, Applegate,
Or<’-_________ ___________ jne29 jly!3
Is.wry’s parouta, Mr. and Mrs. W. among municipal parks or open-air
gathering places has been In existence
A)R BALE— 15 H. I’. GENERAL D. Heath, Friday afteernoon.
Electric slow speed motor. J. H.
Mrs. Roy Bpaugh and daughter from the very beginning of the com
‘ ‘Nuture ’»
jne2»tfc Geraldine arrived last week from munity—having been set aside In 1684
Bremerton. Wash., to spend the as a “place for n traynlng held as wall
Wunderkind ’ ’
FOR SAIJC—TEN MILLION FEET summer with Mrs. Spaugh’s aunt, as for the feeding of cntteH."
of saw timber located on© mile Mrs. Amandn Soars.
The Common occupies approximate
Rev. 1>. E. Olson, of Eugene, vis
513, Cottage Grove.
¡16 27p ited Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. ly fifty acres. In the early days the
Charles river bordered on one side.
FOR BAI.E-PET MALE PUP. Waldo Miller, whom he has knowa Atop Its highest point stands the Army
“Whore the curen of yesterday are soon forgotten ’’
Gentle with children. Mixed Pom
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fisher, of and Navy monument “to the men of
ernnian and Airedale. Six months
Boston who died for their country on
old. Harold Bede.
jlfi-13p Thornton Croners, and Mr. Fisher’s
mother. Mrs. Sarah Fisher, of Eu land and sea In the war which kept
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TO RENT A BUNNY BEDROOM gene, who has been visiting them the Union whole, destroyed slavery
“The City I Hived
with kitchen privileges. Mrs. H. during the past two weeks, visited and maintained the Constitution," oc
Around the World”
Ideal Tourist City”
B. Iler, Fifth and Madison.
jlyfip Friday with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. cupying the site upon which the Brit
ish erected a redoubt during the siege
WANT TO BUY SECOND HAND
Mrs. Amandn Bears has purchased of the city In Revolutionary war times.
binder in good condition. G. R. n Star touring cnr.
Allen, phone SI-F2.
Mrs. Claude Arne raid Mrs. Waldo The present pool Is of artificial origin.
Instead of “feeding” a range in a not,
Miller accompanied F. B. Phillip» A gigantic elm tree that was old when
FOUND—BUNCH OF KEYS. THE to Cottage Grove Friday.
the Common was laid out. from the
kitchen this summer, you can
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hands were in limbs of which executions are said to
I.’D EC| ‘*<>rW’»n Outdoor»** and “California for the
1 IVL.C. Touriat*' Booktota. (Wt your copy NOW!
have taken place In early times, was
I ’IKS LIKE MOTHER USED TO tho Grove Thursday of Inst week.
save yourself a lot of trouble and work
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lock wood, of a feature of the lan.lscape until blown
make, with a dandy home eooked
by cooking with a good oil cookstove.
meal, 35c and up nt Central Hotel Delight Valley, were dinner guests down by a ston-i In 1876.
Ask uur agents for further particulars or write
Restaurant, Cottage Grovo. H. I.. of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schneider
To remain a fixed Institution in pro
Taylor, from Drain, prop.
jlyfip Friday evening.
No coal or wood to hig, no ashes to
gressive America for practically three
JOHN M. BCOTT
Lyle I.owrv, who is staying nt
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon
FOR BALE ROYAL ANNE AND the W. D. Heath home daring the centuries is an accomplishment extrmw-
out. A cool, clean kitchen with
Bing cherries, delivered. F. R. hay harvest, spent the week end at dtnary. yet here Is a park—the Com
controlled heat concentrated
1 I’hillips. phon© 1 F14.
jly6e his home at Walker.
Miss Forest Schneider left Inst ity as well as in name since 1634. Its
F or hale G(K)D MIXED HOI. week for Ashland to attend sum- walks and lawns hnve been enjoyed by
Guernsey. Fino cow. mor school.
rich and poor, old and young, not only
S. 8. Plott,
‘, First street, Cottage
by Bostonians, but by dtliens of every
It hnsn’t been officially recogniz state In this Union as well as by citl-
HF. BOUGHT ANOTHER HUDSON ed as yet but the excessive amount icns of practically every country on
equipped of nickel trimming on the front of the face of the earth.
with Westinghouse shocks, a new cars is a nuisance which will shortly
Despite the grow th of the town and
spare tiro, bumpers, spot, just re be classed with glaring headlights,
the pressure to commercialise large
painted and upholstery clean and When a heavily nickeled ear is fac
good. Car is good meohaaieally. ing the sun the reflections from it open spaces adjacent to the business
For sale by dealers everywhere^ Aak
Bee Mr. John. Hotel Bartell, or write are frequently sufficient to tern- part of the town, no street car lines
it by name—Pearl OU.
Mnek’s Auto Supply house, Eufteno, norarily dazzle the approaching hnve been permitted to encroach on
„ . the Common, neither has Its site been
jlyde driver. If the nickel
polished—as it must be in order to reduced—the law of 1640 which de
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
MACK 8 USED CARS THESE look right—the effect Is much the
car« hnve been taken in trade on same as though a mirror were catch
new Hudson» anti K mwx : 1920 Chai ing the rays of tho afternoon sun granted either for house, plott or gar
mers light six; 1920 Mitchell, like and reflecting them into tho eyes den out of ye ground of common field.’’
new; late Hudson sedan, new paint, of the oncoming drivers.
Wind having been strictly compiled with.
niblter and upholstery. splendid, at shields and headlights cause enough
Pleasingly rolling—hill and slop e
half new price; 1920 Overland ae glare without adding to tho nuis probably no other open space In Amer
dan; 1920 Overland touring. Prices ance with an excessive amount of ica Is tn more general use. due un
on above are low; small first pay nickel. A little nickel goes a long questionably to the large population
ment with convenient terms. Mr. ways Iowan! beautifying the cnr.
John, Hotel Bartell, or Mack’s Au simplifying tho work of polishing which resides within reasonable walk
distance plus the fact that tt Is
Oregon to Supply nouse. *th > Olive. Ku the trimmings, and safeguarding the ing
gene. New Hudson and Essex, fine driver who is easily affected by “right here tn the center <vf things and 4 » VV. w w.
,v V uv.« V V V vy u J
auto mob ik*a.
j lytic glare.
loss not need going to."
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How do you buy oil?
A Sentinel Wantad Will Sell Tt for You
If you saw it first you say it in The Sentinel
where to spend it
Oregon’s mountain, lake and nver resorts
for comfort and cleanliness
burn PEARL OIL
Low Round Trip Tickets
on Sale all Summer Long
Southern Pacific Lines
Knowles & Graber